State Officials Release Snack-Happy Kings Beach Bear Back Into WildSteve Large reports on Department of Fish and Wildlife announcing capture and release of bear known for snacking at Kings Beach stores (11-11-2020)
Pedestrian Fatally Struck By Patrolling Benicia Police OfficerAuthorities have identified the pedestrian who was fatally struck by a Benicia police officer on patrol early Wednesday morning as 48-year-old Scott Hamers. Wilson Walker reports. (11/11/20)
Oakland Vintage Clothing Store Owner Uses Love, Healing To Fight Sex TraffickingOakland’s International Boulevard is a notorious hotspot for sex trafficking. Sharon Chin shows us this week’s Jefferson Award winner who us at the forefront of the fight to stop the abuses and heal the victims.
Union Square Retailers Hopeful Holiday Shopping Will Provide A Turning PointAndria Borba reports on Union Square anticipating return of holiday shopping after blows from pandemic, civil unrest (11-11-2020)
Air Force Captain Killed In Small Plane Crash Near Grass ValleyA small plane crash near the Nevada County Airport killed the pilot, Air Force Capt. Ron Hooper. (11/11/20)
Wednesday Evening Forecast With Paul HeggenOn Thursday, expect cool and cloudy conditions, with highs in the 50s and low 60s. Wet weather could return to the Bay Area on Friday, which also means some snow accumulation up in the Sierra this weekend. Paul Heggen has the forecast. (11/11/20)
Mare Island Naval Cemetery Rededicated After Major RestorationA ceremony was held on Veterans Day Wednesday to mark the major restoration of the Mare Island Naval Cemetery in Vallejo, which had fallen into disrepair. John Ramos reports. (11/11/20)
Transition: Biden, Trump Mark Veterans Day As Legal Battles ContinueBoth President-elect Joe Biden and President Donald Trump made public appearances Wednesday to honor the nation’s veterans. Meanwhile, Trump continues to lob unfounded claims about the results of the election and is filing lawsuits in several states. Natalie Brand reports. (11/11/20)
USS Hornet Museum In Alameda Appeals For Donations To Keep AfloatThe USS Hornet Sea, Air and Space Museum in Alameda held ceremonies Wednesday in honor of Veterans Day, at the same time the museum is asking for the public’s help. Emily Turner reports. (11/11/20)
Several Bay Area Counties Enact Stricter COVID Rules As Cases SpikeAnne Makovec reports on Santa Clara, Contra Costa and San Francisco trying to reduce COVID spread with stricter rules (11-11-2020)
Trump Campaign Files New Lawsuit Contesting Michigan Election ResultsSkyler Henry reports on latest moves by the Trump Administration to contest election results (11-11-2020)
Apple Announces New M1 ComputersCBSN Bay Area talks to CNET Senior Reporter Shara Tibken about Apple unveiling its latest line of personal computers with the new M1 based processor, and how this will change PCs as we know them.
BENICIA TRAGEDY: Police officer on patrol fatally strike pedestrian in BeniciaPolice officer on patrol fatally strike pedestrian in Benicia
TODAY’S FORECAST: The latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather teamThe latest forecast from the KPIX 5 weather team
COVID ROLLBACKS: As COVID-19 Cases surge San Francisco shuts down indoor dining, slow reopening schoolsAs COVID-19 Cases surge San Francisco shuts down indoor dining, slow reopening schools
Apple Unveils New Generation Of M1 Processor ComputersApple unveiled its latest line of personal computers with the new M1 based processor.
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Whether To Overturn Affordable Care ActThe Supreme Court heard arguments on whether it should overturn the Affordable Care Act. Juliette Goodrich tells us what’s at stake for California.
SJ Votes To Give City Council Power To Release Police Bodycam VideoSan Jose lawmakers passed the first of many police reforms to come. Len Ramirez tells us they voted to give the council power to release police body camera video.
East Bay Parents, Students Plead With School Board For Return To ClassroomsParents and students packed a school board meeting in Alameda County to plead for a return to classrooms. Andrea Nakano reports from Livermore.
Contra Costa County Back To Red Tier Due To Increase In COVID-19 CasesCoronavirus cases are rapidly spreading in Contra Costa County, sending it back into the red tier. Betty Yu tells us what that means for residents and businesses there.
Findings Released After Probe Into Silicon Valley Organization Racist AdThe South Bay’s largest chamber of commerce released preliminary findings of an internal investigation, to determine how a racist political attack ad was published to the main website of the Silicon Valley Organization. Kiet Do reports.
Former SF Giants Player Mac Williamson Files Lawsuit Over 2018 Concussion At Oracle ParkFormer San Francisco Giants outfielder Mac Williamson has filed a lawsuit over a concussion he suffered during a 2018 game at Oracle Park when he was tripped up by the bullpen mound, falling awkwardly and crashing into a wall. Dennis O’Donnell reports. (11/10/20)